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Scale_Model_StructureS features 3D printed scale models. The majority of these model structures are of kit houses sold through the Sears and Roebuck catalog from the early 1900's to the late 1940's   All of the houses are drawn for 1/160th scale or N Scale when referring to model railroading.  Model garages have been developed to complement the houses.

Other model N scale structures from Scale Model Structures that work well with the model railroading hobby include, gazebos, a telephone booth, an overhead 100 ton industrial crane, street lights, a gas station, and a swimming pool just to name a few.  New items are always being developed for 3D printing.  Some of these ancillary structures are also in 1/87th (HO) scale  and 1/48th (O) scale.

NOTE: N scale houses and garages.  The roofs have been seperated from the building frames and in some cases rotated to use the least amount of support material in an effort to keep the model costs low.


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